Fundamentals of Fees, Rates, Charges and Land Based Financing Tools
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2/7/2019
When: February 7, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where: City Council Chambers
350 Main Street
El Segundo, California  90245
United States
Contact: Mary Bradley
(510) 494-4601


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Please note achange in location to City Council Chambers (inside City Hall)  at 350 Main Street El Segundo, CA 90245 (within the same plaza as previous location).

 

Here is the recommended parking lots:

 

·300 Richmond Street (parking by permit is on thetop floor) – this is a parking structure where a 99cents store is located at the street level and it is across the street from City Hall –this is the lot with the most availability

 

·Fire Station/Police Department: street level parking.  Entrance on Grand Ave @ Standard St. (within Civic Center Complex)

 

·Library Parking (Mariposa @ Main Street) – short and nice walk downtown - 3 small blocks away from City Hall

 

Course Instructors:Tim Seufert, Managing Director, NBS and
Michael Coleman, Fiscal Policy Advisor to CSMFO and the League of California Cities

CPE Credits Available:  Attendees earn 8.0 hours of CPE Credit
Registration Fee:$150 (includes workshop, copy of the
League of California Cities Revenue Handbook, light breakfast and lunch)
Registration Deadline:Monday, February 4, 2019
Registration Contact:CSMFO (877) 282-9183
Course Contact:Mary Bradley (510) 494-4601
Site Contact:Juliana Demers (310) 524-2318
Registration open until February 4, 2019

Learn how to better navigate the complex world of government revenues from two of the leading experts in the field! The FUNdamental revenue course provides participants with a thorough review of the mechanics of fees, rates, charges, and land-based financing. 


Offered only once each year, this class addresses each revenue source in context within the overall municipal revenue picture, discusses various policy objectives, and provides an overview and discussion of each revenue source.  The course will cover Regulatory Fees and User Fees, General Governmental Fees, Development Impact Fees, as well as Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts / EIFDs, and Community Revitalization and Investment Authorities / CRIAs.
The class is designed to be interactive and engaging, with exercises that help participants’ to better understand the complexities of these revenue tools. A light breakfast and lunch will be included with the session, as well as a copy of the League of California Cities Revenue Handbook.